THE BEET

Category: Year 2018


FROM THE WINERY

APRIL 2018

Bottling: Reflecting the Vineyard and Winemaker’s VisionThe guiding principle behind bottling wine is to capture the character and flavor at the very moment the winemaker has finished cellar aging. We want to capture the wine in that state without uncontrolled and undesirable effects on the wine during bottling (like oxidation). It is no simple task but we devote a great deal of attention and focus to this.Aging Beautifully: For most of our......

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FROM THE FARM

March 2018

Full Circle FarmingWith five properties consisting of vineyards, olive groves, fruits and vegetables, cattle, horses, chickens, and bees, we take an approach called Full Circle Farming; an organic, sustainable, integrated farming system that relies on each part of the ranch to contribute to the health of the whole. Nearly every ingredient—from the grapes that go into our wines, to the beef used in our burger at the restaurant at Farmstead—is harvested......

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FROM THE FARM

February 2018

If you asked our agricultural team their thoughts on January and February, they’d say, “Is it March yet?!” The year started off with stormy weather and heavy rainfall, which is great news for our vines and farm but makes for cold and wet conditions around the ranch. While we are busy pruning the vineyard (removing last year’s growth from the dormant vines) it’s our livestock that’s buzzing with life around the......

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Resolution #1

Five Resolutions You Can Keep in 2018!

Fuel Your Soul This classic French omelet is brightened with somefresh garden herbs and a side of LMR house-smoked bacon.Enjoy with a glass of rosé, a bloody mary, or a mimosa with fresh squeezed orange juice.Recipe courtesy: Executive Chef, Stephen BarberServing Size: 1 omeletCLASSIC......

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